Tobermore Utd v Limavady Utd is the match of the day in NIFL Championship 2 this weekend in one of six games on Saturday.

Third-placed Tobermore Utd host Limavady United at Fortwilliam Park at 2pm knowing that a win will move them level with Limavady at the top of the table.  However Limavady have scored four goals in each of their last three games, and won this fixture 3-0 last season.

Banbridge Town welcome Dundela to Crystal Park at 2pm with the home side unbeaten in five games. The Duns conceded five goals last time out, but will be happy to note that this game has not produced a home win in the last five meetings.

Coagh Utd face Newington at Hagan Park at 2pm in a fixture that resulted in a thrilling 3-3 draw last season.  Both sides are in inconsistent form of late so this game really could go either way.

Plantars Park is the venue for Dollingstown v Moyola Park as the home side look to extend their six match unbeaten run.  Moyola sit above their opponents in the table but have only won once in their last five games, and can be leapfrogged by the Dollybirds if they get the three points.

Queen’s host Portstewart at the Dub at 2pm. Both sides drew their last games in the league two weeks ago and drew 3-3 in the reverse of this game in April.

Wakehurst host Sport & Leisure at Mill Meadow in the only 3pm kick off in Championship 2.  The hosts haven’t won in seven games, losing six of them while Sport & Leisure have taken maximum points from their last two outings.

NIFL Championship 2

Saturday 28 November

Banbridge Town  v  Dundela  (2pm)

Coagh Utd  v  Newington  (2pm)

Dollingstown  v  Moyola Park  (2pm)

Queen’s Uiversity  v  Portstewart  (2pm)

Tobermore Utd  v  Limavady Utd  (2pm)

Wakehurst  v  Sport & Leisure (3pm)